The Canadian-based firm’s newest product is anticipated to boast a 120kW output, in addition to what it describes as ‘industry-leading’ features, which will be announced at the IAA Transportation in Hannover, Germany.
Loop’s planned product release follows numerous deployments of its existing fuel cell modules to several hydrogen-powered vehicle manufacturers in Europe and Australia, in 2022 alone.
On Monday (July 25), Loop Energy said it had progressed to the scale-up phase with Slovakian bus manufacturer, Mobility & Innovation (M&I), with the firm purchasing 10 additional 30kW fuel cell systems, building on its initial order.
Following the launch of its first hydrogen-electric truck, UK-based Tevva Motors revealed a multi-year supply agreement with Loop Energy to deliver fuel cells for the production of its new truck.
In a hope of establishing itself down-under, Loop announced it was set to supply a New South Wales, Australia-based bus manufacturer with its fuel cell modules to see the development of a hydrogen-powered bus.
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